I've been seriously considering medicine but I've heard stories about people flunking out because they fail the exams...I know that medical school is a ton of work and memorization and I'm willing to put in the work. But people who study a ton do fail. I have a 3.93 GPA, always been an A student, but I know that that means practically nothing in medical school. I know there is no comparing undergrad to medical school... Just because I get A's now doesn't mean I can get through med school. I don't wanna get in just to find out that I can't do it. Yes, I know that the attrition rate is very low, but I'm not great at memorization. Can anybody shed some light on this? Thanks!! I appreciate it!